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May 13, 2022, 11:17 a.m. | /u/vevesta

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Hi Everyone,

Sharing an article on how to handle regression for data which has lots and lots of zeros. [VevestaX/ZIP\_tutorial.md at main · Vevesta/VevestaX · GitHub](https://github.com/Vevesta/VevestaX/blob/main/tutorials/ZIP_models/ZIP_tutorial.md)

This article has been written based on my personal experience. While using regression on this peculiar problem on kaggle I was confounded by excessive 0 in the dependent variable. The reason why models like regression and Poisson failed wasn't immediately clear to me. On digging I found less known models - Hurdle and ZIP …

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